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TKRKIBLC SCOT KG K. l. rUl diw l Invsrisblr iZ-f "i..'e ZSTT, Un "'" i. f,,ll. 1..i,.T It - hill no other remedy do, p;rform- ork thorougmy. miwiimw supplemented e bowel, tne to tbc removal ot its effects Hosteller Ibe d" 'I, and wbolsome, sod It sdasireblj: serves ! Eihdop "" 111 Blm "! ihoro of .trench. Cou.up.uoo. liver and iTllZ, ecmi-laiut ud nervoiiMiess re eoo- tUrnrd 1 it. Bt B"ston The most exciUuf game at Kloudike is. " ben tbe miners plaj poker with besni for chip. ure of mL The man who wius JU beaut it PVKK ruOD. Tea Garden Drip Is a pore sugar protlact. The aweettsst aud Ut Paroled table ) rup ever wade. . S1U BIWAKO, S100. Thai readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science bai been able to cure in all ita stages and that is ( 'atarrh. Hall's i'-trrli Cure is the or It positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh 1.11. it a constitutional disease, requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure i taken internally, acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces ol the system, thereby destroying tne foundation ol the disease, end "giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much laith in its cura tive powers, that they oiler One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure, vend (or list of Testimonials. ddress, . J. CHEN EY & CU.Toledo, O. ' Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Fills are the best. Mi doctor said I would die, but Piso's Cure for Consumption cured me. Amos Kelner, Cherry Vailev, Ills., Nov. 23, 'S6. n'UE FOOD. Toboggan Maple Syrup In absolutely pure and rich iu flavor, neuumiueuueu uy puj mvimum. Try Schilling's Best tea and baking powder, A FAST COLT. r.i(d, Wait the Voungnter's Name and He Kiehly Iteaerveil It. Several 11111 gathered uuout a horse uear the western market couiuieiitiug nnou the lirommeuce ol the beam ribs aud general luiikimm The aiii ...-I ,M.miMil to a farmer liviua near YTwiluuti. aud, it was said, never per ...itteil erass to ktow umhr its feet on the road. The farmer was not pleased tim riinurks ami the strong iu fereiices that the poor thing had never realized the sensation of corn aud oats. "What do you call your horse?" was asked. "Cycloi.J, aud dou't he look it?" re plied the. man from the rural districts. "Oycloue! What a name! Hecertain ly looks as if one had Htrurk liini." "That's what happened to him, my friend. It was just like this. You re- aneinher the awful breeze we had out to Ypsilauti about three years uro? This -fuller woa mickiriL' colt at the time and was in the barn with two horses. "J'Iib cyclone, regular old hummer, came along aud thrashed the baru off its legs and dropped it niph on to 100 yards awav. After the twister bad raised all the hob, fences aud sheds H could we went out to look things up. The two Lhorses were stone (lead mid the colt would you believe iti was nowhere to be found. "Next dav I turned over the lieu inn. which lav iu the field half a mile awav. Right in that coop und laying on the door which faced down was the colt. He commenced kicking when he toeurd us, aud we took him out iu a tarry. Ho wasn't scared a bit, I tell you, aud was col lis a encumber. The lieiabbors say they fW the coop guiii through the air and the colt after it. The littlo feller oauKt the coop and got inside of it to save himself, that's what he did. That's the plain truth, aind if you dou't believo it ask the colt. Wood day, Grangers. "Detroit Free Press. ENGLISH IN CHICAGO. Diaraaaioa mm C run mar Htwm,m . v..- spr and a Citiara. The Chicago Inter Oceau becomes both sarcastic and imlii7iv.ii,t hn m cue questions the purity of its dietiou. So when a reader uauinl Ciimpbell n- tureu to critic-it expressions used by its society editor the cautious one found that he had caught a Tartar. This is tlv way The Inter Ocean puts it: Iucloeed with tbe following letter, leceived a few days ago, were two clip pings from the society columns of The luter Ocean: Here are three barbarixiiu that rauilkt eye in thu morcing's iHue of your paper l litre u no nirt word as gowned nnnrly a lokuey vuluarnm that had Its origin in London, Entdand SvrlWt" is o the same sort and same origin No American baring any regard tor parity of language ran one sat-h slang As all Ihexes ords appear In to called 'oricty items" I take it your Society editor is a male or female dude and need a lewtun in language The harm done Ly the use sun words in your paper is very great as thousands of children read it and absorb it words Do stop this Coekuey vulgarity There is uo doubt you mean well. Jim, but a term iua night school would be beueflcial even to you before you be gin to give lessons in English. To begin with, you would be taught there that our grandfather, Liudley Murray, al ways told us to use periods. You ought to have known Liudley, Jim. He was distinguished grammarian, you kuow, or perhaps you dou't know. Aud theu, Jim, there was Teunysou. He said of a heroine iu one of his poems that she was "gowned in pure while." Bo you see Lord Tenuysou found the word "gowned" to be useful long be fore you learned to walk steady on yonr hind feet or to eat with your frout hoofs. Webster says "gowned" means "dressed in a gown; clad." You say that these barbarian "caught your eye," aud you tail to mention which eye they caught. How is the other eye? You are right when you say that out society editor is either a male or a fe male. Do you beloug to oue of these sexes' We suspect not. WIipii you write again, spell "merely" as it should be. Tbe way you spelled it is like spelling your name "camel" instead of "Camp bell. " Sec that hump? We dou't like to offend your sensitive ear, or the oilier one eitner, dim. ouy Webster's Dictionary and a fourth read er. Start right, and your sensitive cm- may outgrow its affliction. It rains on an average 208 Tays In the year Hi Ireland, about 150 In Eng- I land, at Kozan almut 00 days, and lu Siberia only til) days. At sea level an object one hundred feet high is visible a little over thir teen miles. If nve hundred feet high it is visible nearly thirty miles. Mauy of the streets of l'arls are lined . . ; wnu irees. it a tree uiea uwiuo the same kind, age and size is brought from the State forests aud put In its place. The cost Is tremendous, but l'arls Is the most beautiful of modern cities. peana are much more familiar with I them than Americans ar. The &or- Ukh carriage Is In very common use In Europe, although It Is cumbersome and unwieldy. The feneral opinion la that since American genius has taken up 'be matte; the horseless carriage will ue come a great lUotM. The horseless carriage baa more ad vantages than appears at first sight Of course there must be a place to keep It. The noree. the feed, the clearing up. the coustant breakage of harness and the peretual annoyance of feeling that one's animals are not half cared for. will give place to the ease and comfort with which the horseless carriage .-na be kept. It will not be difficult to learn to manage these carriages, and when repair shops liecome frequent, the prob lem of getting about will be so siiupll tted that everybody will wonder why we never had such a convenient vehicle liefore. I An t xpert In mechanics Is the author ity for the assertion that the horseless carriage will run a much more success ful and rapid career, everything consld- I ered than the bicycle. New York 0 YaM-j" The records of eighty-eight years show that tornadoes have a width of teu to 10,."tit feet, a length of track of three hundred yards to two hundred miles, aud a velocity of progression of seven to oue hundred miles an hour. With the assistance of the latest ma chines, a piece of leather can be truus foimed Into a pair of boots iu thirty four minutes, lu which time it passes through the bauds of sixty-three peo ple and through fifteen machines. A new Herman lamp chimuey has the bulb In the upper instead of the bottom part, and the upper rim is cut oblinnelv. It Is claimed that this - The Alaskan Dos;. The Alaskan dog Is almost human In Intelligence. He weighs about 100 pounds. Heavily uideu, he will travel as many as sixty miles a day With twenty dogs in a team no two of them are lu a straight line from the driver. When unhitched for the night they pile upon the first blanket that Is thrown upon the snow, and there they stay. When you crawl Into your sleep ing bag and pull a robe over It tbe dog will get under the robe. Unless you are careful be will be Inside of the hag in the morning. Their endurance Is phe nomenal and they are capable of strong affection. They are great fighters. A traveler who recently returned from Alaska says of the treatment ac corded these faithful animals: I "The whit) that Is used on them la shape makes It safer to blow out the 'j the crudest thing of Its kind that is light, while the flame is Improved by known to u.au, lhlrty feet In length being made taller aud steadier, A new and wonderful substitute for common brittle glass Is auuounced by a Vicuna Journal devoteu to the glass j and porcelain trade. The substutite Is . said to have all the parties of com- I moil glass, except that it Is flexible. It Is made of collodiuu wool, A new electric lamp for bicycles and carriages has a small elect ro-niaguet and two Inches thick near the short handle. It has a lash teu feet long that ! cuts like a kulfe, The Russian knout I Isn't In It. When a dog Is struck you hear a sharp yelp, and then your sleigh whirls nnst a bit of fur or possibly a piece of bloody skin lying on the snow. Taking Its Own Portrait. It set ins Uke something of au achieve ment to make a wld deer tuke Its own Th Safe Side. uinu.it, mo ho tan check for $100,000." t, Ho can draw tl.000.000.000. But ill he owes you as much as 50 cents insist on Uttving Cuj. "Detroit Free 1're.ss. draw liis it for- the They Played Poker. In the summer of 1840 Henry Clay went to Kentucky on his vacation. Three nights after his arrival at a cer tain springs u Eociable game began. In the game were Mr, Clay, Josiali Black bum, Join Ilardiu and Sam Clay, a cousin of the utatesinan. It began ou Friday uighr and ran along with vary ing luck. They were all old hands and had the nerve to back their cards. At 12 o'clock Saturday uiglit Blackburn quit a little ahead. He had been mar ried only two mouths uud was afiaid Jiis young wife would iliink he was dead. Sunday morning at U o'clock some oue rappe4 on th" door. It was opened, and a negro girl stood iu the hall, She tiadacleau shirt in her hand, and on the bosom was a note from liar din's wife. "For Mr. Johu Hardin, Wherever lie can be found. " The (loot wus do'd and play resumed. Hardin changed bis linen (it I'"' table. San Francisco Argonaut. Ferverted Judgment. The cause of a w rong taste in a de fect of judgment. Aud this may arise from u natural weakuess of understand ing (in whatever the strength of that faculty may consist), or, which is mncli more commonly the case, it may arise (rum a want of a proper aud well di rected exercise, which alone can make it strong and ready. Besides, that ig norance, inattention, ruj" i -liess. levity, 'obstinacy in short, all those passions and all Ihose vices which pervert the judgment in other matters, prejudice it no less in this its more re fined und elegant province. Burke. whleli is turned o generate electricity jM)1.lrnit, but such a feat was lately ac hy a friction wheel pressiug against .uipiished by Mr. Charles Hughes, of the side of the trout tire, wires uu lilug to a small storage lottery or else directly to the lamp, which is sur rounded by ft case to keep out tne oust. VOWED NOT TO SPEAK, And at the Knd of Fifty Year W hen She Tried Mie Cou'd Not. Tiw.i-o u nosslblr no other woman lu the world "like Miss Experience tin II- J ford, of Itluohlll, Me. It is proverbial V. t..,,.rllu ll.Vl 4tO!tS. ttUlt ft VVUllinUB , -' j an pxcepuou Ked Bluff, fill, lie conceived the Idea of causing wild animal to take a flashlight photo- graph as It passed ulong a trail In the Coast Uange of mountains, secure uu der cover of llight To accomplish this purpose Mr Hughes set up the camera, n short dis tauce from a trail over which deer were known to run, and then connected the shutter and the flashlight materials with a trap. When the deer stepped upoti the trap the camera was opened i.... Mt.o f liillr'ortl' eilse 1; o this rule and for half a century she ; and the tlasljlght set off nt the same i..w 1,'lI.i l.'er nonce. Not one single instant. Mr. Hughes thus secured 'he word or audible so.ind lias this woman allow ed to pass her lips for a period of fifty years. mil reason for Miss tluil- fovil's speechlessness was linger be cause she could not marry the man ot her choice. . When she was 10 years old she fell In love with William Simpson, flu' village schoolmaster. They were tu he married on June 18, IStT. P',e of Miss Guilford's rejected suitors told tales about the schoolmaster, and Miss (iuilfonl.'s parents stopped I he wed ding. Miss tluilford thereupon said: "1 swear I will not speak a word, though I live for fifty years, unless I nnirrv this man." She kept her pledge. Her parents died, and she went to live witu ner married brother. When he died she made her home with a sister, and after negative in the dead ot night, mid when there was not a soul within sight or hearing of the uuiuial. tin developing the pegatlve Mr. Hughes found the photograph of a deer. The frightened appearance of the aul innl as he was startled by the sudden Hash of light Is clearly shown iu the picture. $2000- 1 1 Schilling's Best baking powder goes a third farther than any other ; gets to work quicker ; makes sweeter cake. Schillings Best tea makes good cake taste better. Spots pit the Hun. "The sun has great activity iu spots," ays Bay tie's 'Tlth of Astrouomy," "these belug sometimes 50,000 miles lu diameter. These spots are enormous vents for the tempests of llauie that sweep out of aud down Into the suu. Au up-nud-dowu rush has a velocity of about tweuty miles a second, aud a side rush a velocity of one hundred aud twenty tulles a second. These tempests i-.i,.,. for d.i vs nml months nt a time. the sister's death she went to a camp I wUBe Ue MeH of ie tg i.. n.i.l 1.-..H1- lnoiwu rue n . . in tne wuoos, ou.. e -- . fl t)Ketlier at the rate or jo.ooo nines brother, with whom she Is now living. ftu hour They strike together aud All this time she performed her share I Hi(i.ay of fire tm,lslimU of the household wpik, aud did not , u f!))s a(,.lln nml show tuiy regret for having imuli- the he HinlllllvllR of nre as the vow. When the fifty years of silence , on bll.H.,u lf expired she was visited by a large mini- , r m Uirget hls eart were placed her of relatives and friends, who went ln siR-h a temWflt tuey wonld be ,mre to the camp ioi w.e ,...100 porks fls tossed by aQ oeeftn storm.- present wneu sue ns . nocnj w speak. Soon after the midday meal Miss Guilford uresseu nerseu in uiu garments she had not worn for halt a Schilling's Best baking powder and tea are tln'.v nve monev-back. What is the missing word? not SAFE, although Schilling's Best baking powder and tea are safe. ' . Get Schilling's Besl baking powder or tea at your grocers'; take out the ticket (brown ticket in every package of baking powder ; yellow ticket ni fate tea); send a ticket with each word to address below before December 3wt Until October ,sth two words allowed for every ticket ; after that only one v word for every ticket. ., . c . If only one person finds the word, that person gets fjooo.oo ; if several find iit.l2ooo.oo will be equally divided among them. Every one sending a brown or yellow ticket will receive a set of cardboard creeping babies at the end of the contest. Those sending three or more m one .envelope will receive an 1S98 yocket calendar-no advertising on it. These .creeping babies and pocket calendars will be different from the ones offered in tthe last contest. i Better cut these rules out. m- Address: MONEY-BACK, SAN FRANCISCO. century. At 1 O ciock sue siuou m-iuir the people, smiled aud opened ner niotitli to speak; but though she tried hard, and got red In the face in trying, d not litter a souud. Hr vocal muscles had become atrophied from long disuse and refused to work. I When Miss Guilford fouud she could j not speak she sent to Bangor for a phy- slciau and took to her bed. The doctor : gave no hope of recovery, but suggest- Cd that she he sent to a Boston hos- pltal for treatment, as soon as w Guilford gets strong enough to take the iournev she will make another effort to regain 'her speech. Her father left her a good sum of money at his death, which has been growing every year lu a savings batik, so that she is well able to obtain the treatment she requires. Key West Has No Chimneys. It Is curious, though true, that of all the houses, dwellings, stores, hotels i and other buildings that dot the island i of Key West from one shore to the oth- er, not one of them has a chimney or I anything that will answer the purpose of a chimney. Handsome residences and lowly hovels are alike In this re spect, and from nn eminence gazing out over acres of roofs oil all sides one Is struck with the want of something to complete the symmetry of the pic ture. Wood and coal or fuel of any kind nre unknown quantities, (is the tropical atmosphere furnishes all the heat required, and" for cooking pur poses sticks of cnrlnin are used, which are sold by peddlers, who hawk tbeii wares about the streets. Atlanta Con stitutlou. GET THE C.EXCIttB AWTLCXBj. Walter Baker & Co.'s Breakfast COCOA Pure, Delicious, Nutritious. Costa Less than O.VU CENT a cap. lie iure that the package bears our Trade-Mark. Walter Baker & Co. Limited, (Established 1780.) Dorchester, Mass. Trtd-Mrl The Horseless Carriage. Next to the bicycle, the horseless car riage will, tor snort riues, ue uie uic- hautcal conveyance or tne greatest blessing to humanity, nun iue iuu.-h-si. f the nubile lu this vehicle win tie so in-eat that Inventors and manufacturers will lcdollMe tueir energies iu ui.ic . it,, .1.1.. 1.. ....... .1 a conveyance tnat viu uu iui m-muuu. The horseletw carriage wnicii is 10 the conveyance of the future must be sold at a more reduced price than the horseless carriage ot to-nay costs. When this time conies the advantages of such a mode of conveyance will be so mauy that the problem 01 traversing short distances will be satisfactorily solved. Inasmuch as oue ot tne great est manufacturing firms or tne nignesi grade of bicycles the worm over nas recently reduceu me puce 01 .is w " verv materially, we look with eucour- 1 , it is particularly useful agement to this flnu to be tha one tu, wliere a number of tickets have to be produce the best tiorseiess nunsc .-... lsMU(, Ht nxed tares, aucu as tor local the lowest one In price, considering the .,a!(8l.nger trafilc. material useii auu me nu Clothes or Paper. Vaper underclothing has a strauge souud, but It Is asserted that tbe Jap anese have for a long time been mak ing such garments from their finely crisped or grained paper, after the sheets have been pasted together at the edges so as to form large pieces. When the paper has been cut to pat tern, the dmereni parts are sewn to gether ami hemmed, and the places where the buttonholes are to lie form ed are streimtheued with calico anil linen. The stuff Is said to be very strong, and at the same time very flex ible. An Automatic Ticket Heller. Au automatic appliance for the de livery of railway tickets, which bids fair to hold a respectable place among similar devices, has been tried abroad. The machine works with absolute cor rectness, aud dates as well as Issues Life. Life U a succession of choice. nd our eternal destiny depeuds on the u we make of them. Rev. 11. tv Noon, Methodist, rhiladelphl. Fa. Success. If oue but opens up his heart to the Incoming of Christ he may Imve some possibility of success and Quick returns. Rev. W. B. Packard. Congregationalism Cleveland, Ohio, Woman. Women should stand by women. Instead ot trampling uion them. They should demand the same purity of man that man demands of woman. Rev. B. de Costa, Lpiseopa llan, New York City. Politics. 1 ani In favor of more poll- tics and more politicians lf we can gov ern ourselves, aud If we will make the business of government our buslnes. Rabbi M. J. Grles, Hebrew, Cleveland. Ohio, The Sabbath. It Is the duty of -e Christian Church all over the world to use Its greatest efforts In furthering a better observance of the Sabbath lay. Rev. J. Van Nass, Presbyterian, Washington, 1. C. The. Curse of the Age. The great curse or the age is the evenasiiug reaching out after something for noth In which Is true lu the mercantile world, the political world, aud the Christian world. Rer. H. S. Couden, Methodist, Washington, L. C A Worklngman's Church. The church must keep the social, physical and material wants of the working man, as well as the spiritual. I plead for a mllllan dollar palace of rellgiou ln the Interest of the tolling masses. Rev. O. W. Mead, Presbyterian, New York City, Youth. The world In all Its depart ments Is mainly what young men have made It Manhood and age have often taught, but It is youth that makes the disciple and spreads the doctrine. Rev. W. C. Webb, Methodist, Philadelphia, ra. Do T'lito Others. We expect our friends to slave and crawl and grind and drudge for us, and we do nothing for them. The best way to keep your friends true to you Is for you to be true to them. Rev. Prank IeW. Tal mage, Presbyterian, Pittsburg, Pa. Philanthropy. We need wealth to en dow our colleges, build our churches aud carry on our foreign aud domestic mission work; but If the giving of it Is to stifle free expression of thought on economic and Industrial questions, then better a thousand times tlmt It be with held. Rev. W. H. Carwardino, Metho dist, Chicago, III. Political Bosses. Political bosslsm Is crime: It is selfishness flowered out In to tyranny; ecclesiastical despotism Is blasphemy; It Is an attempt to suborn! pate consciences tu the empire of one conscience; It Is religious despotism It destroys Individuality, which Is the crWv nf man and woman. Rev. r . II Morse, Baptist, New York City. The Life Kternnl. This mortal life Is but a beginning ot the greater exist pnee; (t )s but the dawn, the prepnra tlon for the eternity Into which we must pass when the fetters of tlesh have loosened their bonds and the im mortal soul realizes that stupendous freedom known only In the eternal life. -Itev. J. H. Merchant, Methodist, Ak ron, Ohio. The Open Book. Common education has so brought people to a common lev el that they are uo longer willing to ac cent the doctrines laid dowu by ihe preacher, as lu the times when the cler cv nloue were the learned. The Bible Is no longer a sealed book from which precepts are to be picked by the preach er. Uev. Alfred Kellogg. Presbyterian, Philadelphia, Pa. The Voice of Conscience If the voice of conscience still speaks to you, listen and heed It; for though you may smoth er conscience here, though you may gag your moral sense, though you may drown all serious thought until you are Indifferent to all these things, there will come a time when they will wake to new life agnlu.-Rev. C. S. Ileum, Evangelist, New York City. Possibilities. The possibilities of ev ery young mnn's life are almost Infin ite. At least, there Is uo young man, whatever his condition, who may not be noble aud true, who may not wear the Image of Christ upon his soul, aud grow iuto a uiaiily man., even though he does not rise tu any lofty height among his fellows. Itev. J. It. Miller, Pres byterian, Philadelphia, Pa. Demonstration. The religion of Je sus Christ Is not all worship aud sent! ment, but Is lu practical demonstration Principles of love and sympathy are beneficent only when they rise above theory. A desire to be usuful Is t he best part of a truly uoble character, and quiet purpose iu the heart is the essential beginnlug Rev. A. S. Yau- tes, Episcopalian, Brooklyn, N. Y Strll.es. 1 hope the time will come when some legislative machinery will do away with strikes or settle them at once, and prevent the distress which ensues. The truest friend the work- Ingman ever hud was he who was him self a worklngman, Jesus Christ carpenter of Ntisareth A Vatarml SmjmI, Professor i-mythe was onro lertuiing in a provincial towu cu uulural philcr- opby, and in the couri-e of his expt ri- mruts he introduced a most pcwi rfnl oiaguet, with which he i.ttrncted a block of iron front a distance of two feet Can any of yon couceive a greater attractive power? demanded the lec turer, with an air of triumph. "I can," answered a voice from the audience. "Not a natural terrestrial object?" "Yes, indeed." The lecturer, some what pnzzled, challenged the man w ho bad spoken to name the article. Theu up rose old Johnny t?owetby. Said he: "I will give you facts, professor, aud you can judge for yourself. When I was a young man, there was a little piece o' uuturul magnet done op iu a neat cot tou dress as was culled Betsy Maria. She could draw me 14 milts on Sunday over plowed laud, uo matter what the wind or weather, lnerewasutuo re list in her. That niaguet o' youru is pretty good, but it wou't draw so far as Betsy Maria. btraud Magaxiue. A MOTHER'S DUTY. Tour daughters are the moat pra- clous legacy possible in this lite. The rtsporuubUity for them and their future is largely with yon. The mysterioaaehajigthat develops the thoughtful woman from the thoughtless girl, should find yon oa the watch day and night. As yon care for their physical well- being, so will the woman be, and so will her child ren be also. LydiaE. But for the English and Scotch halt the villas at the Freuch watering places would remain unlet till they fell to pieces, half the shops would be shut and half the hotels would be bankrupt There are more wrecks iu the Baltio sea than ln any otuer place iu tne world. The average is oue wreck a day throughout the yeur. Pinkham's " Vegetable Compound " la the sure reliance In this hour of trial. Thousands have found it the never-failing power to correct all Irregularities and start tbe woman on the sea of Ufa with that physical health all should have. Womb difficulties, displacements and the horrors cannot exist in company with Lydia . Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. WI ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD " CASTORIA," AND "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," A3 OUR. trade mark. J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was Vie originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the that has borne and does now same on every bear the fao-simile signature of (Garfj wrapper. This is the original PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of the mothers of America for over thirty years. LUUrx UArltr-ULLY at the wrapper ana see that it is the kind you, have always bought STjf . s on the and has the signature of wrap per. No one has authority from me to use my name except The Centaur Company "resident. March 8, 1897. Do Not Be Deceived. Do not endanger the life of your child by acccptine a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the ingredients of which even he does not know. "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF of which Chas. H. Fletcher is The Insist on Having Kind That Never Failed You. TBC SINTtua OOHMNT. Tt UMI STRICT. OITT. ,a.w..ltv.t..-...ua.1.iit ss.avsa.svao. Jo In' fVV i Ar y I V 9 Jot Profit Powar that vtU aavs yra ony aal naie you money. Bsrcnlts Engines' art tha ohaapsti power knowm. Bttra Gasoline or DlsUUat OU ; bo smoke, lire, or dirt For imping, rannlBi dairy or farm machinery, they hare ' 0 equal. AntomatJo in action, per fectly safe ant reliable. y Sena ior Qlostatea catalog. Hercules Cas Engine Works, 221 Bay St., San Francisco, CaJ. Hercules Special (J Actual Hons Powsr) Price only $185. 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